India’s P V Sindhu stormed into third successive final at the BWF World Championships in Basel, Switzerland today. The Indian shuttler created history by reaching third consecutive final. Sindhu started the women’s semi-final match with dominance and picked the first game within a quarter of an hour.

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After a couple of long rallies, which was coupled with some powerful smashes, Sindhu crushed her opponent, winning the first game by a massive 14 points-lead. She beat World No. 3 Chen of China 21-7,  21-14 in a forty minute semi-final. Sindhu made up for her tentative game during the quarter final.

Sindhu has claimed successive silver in the last two editions of the prestigious tournament beside two bronze and hence she is assured of her fifth World Championships medal.

The Indian shuttler created history by reaching third consecutive final

Sindhu will play the winner of the second semifinal between Ratchanok Intanon and Nozomi Okuhara.

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